Urals Anvil

In the Urals, has long been used well-known technique of producing such a copper utensils. Initially, a specially produced thin sheets of a spherical surface, which are then altered in copper engraving hand, covered with patterned dishes. The sheets were produced with the help of a hammer weighing 50-80 kg, which had a pestle with a rounded shape head, and on the anvil with a concave surface. Moving the sheet at such an anvil, a master of getting semi-finished billets – sheet copper shaped like a hemisphere. Drawn to its straight form the copper sheets were treated for anvil hammer blows. Hammers and anvils were different in form, and apply special Ciocana. If you would like to know more then you should visit Mashable. To work within the vessel were hammers and anvils moving a particular form, in the Urals were called "Kobylin." At this anvil wear tank and treated it with a hammer or chisel. Massive vascular part (handles, spouts, etc.) poured into forms, and then soldered.

Produced tableware been artistic decoration. Her best samples showed technical excellence and high taste Urals craftsmen, lovingly decorated jugs, bowls, salt shakers cunningly figured pattern. Rich rich ornament adorned not only decorative works of bronze, whose purpose was to give housing a smart appearance, but also those intended for everyday of everyday use. Technique of ornamentation was different. Sometimes the designs were stamped or engraved incisors, but you can often find and pattern, etched with acid. Sometimes the sound for more decorative in black, she gave a kind of effect in combination with the color of the metal from which was made dishes. It should be noted the desire of the Ural masters combine embossing and relief. In this case, the patterns are not extorted from the outside and the inside of things and became vividly-convex. First Ural copper products did not differ wealth of decorative forms, as a rule, they were deprived of ornamental jewelry.